at Chubb in Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Chubb is the worlds largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident, and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance, and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. The company is distinguished by its extensive product and service offerings, broad distribution capabilities, exceptional financial strength, underwriting excellence, superior claims handling expertise, and local operations globally.
Collection Shared Services Center (CSSC) DFO Support Financial Analyst
The Division Financial Officer Support Financial Analyst role will report into the Financial Business Solutions team within Collections Shared Services and is a pivotal role supporting Collections Shared Services Management on analysis, forecasting, and ad hoc analysis that supports divisional financial reporting related to receivables management. The Collections Shared Services DFO Support Financial Analyst role will interact with a diverse group of internal personnel including CSSC and other receivable departments, treasury, divisional finance leads, home office accounting, and reporting teams. Critical factors to success include the ability to think critically, be detail orientated, multi-task, take ownership, meet deadlines, work independently and collaboratively, and be willing to learn.
- Support Non-Admitted asset calculation and monthly reporting to Stat Accounting
- Prepare the annual Bad Debt analysis for North America Finance including reporting, reconciliation, and analysis of mark-offs by Division
- Prepare Balance Sheet Flux analysis including commentary
- Compile weekly cash forecasting to communicate to North America Treasury
- Prepare receivable related journal entries with appropriate supportPlease click the link below to view the rest of the job on our career site.
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